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Whatever happened to Brightcove’s China ambitions?

gigaom.com
When online video platform provider Brightcove filed for its IPO earlier this year, it spent a great deal talking about its international business. “We have established a global presence,” the company’s S-1 filing read, touting deals in Europe, Australia, Japan and elsewhere. Notably absent from the filing was any mention...
Whatever happened to Brightcove’s China ambitions?

Foxconn CEO: Apple will share the cost of improving workers’ conditions

thenextweb.com
Foxconn has revealed that Apple will jointly share the cost of improving the conditions of workers at its Chinese factories which produce the US company’s iPhone and iPad devices. Speaking to media at the launch of its new China headquarters in Shanghai, Foxconn CEO Terry Gou revealed Apple’s commitment to helping improve...
Foxconn CEO: Apple will share the cost of improving workers’ conditions

Whatever happened to Brightcove’s China ambitions?

paidcontent.org
When online video platform provider Brightcove filed for its IPO earlier this year, it spent a great deal talking about its international business. “We have established a global presence,” the company’s S-1 filing read, touting deals in Europe, Australia, Japan and elsewhere. Notably absent from the filing was any mention...
Whatever happened to Brightcove’s China ambitions?

Foxconn Bears The Brunt Of Ivory Tower Assault On Capitalism

techcrunch.com
Editor’s note: Ruslan Kogan is founder and CEO of consumer electronics company Kogan. Follow him on Twitter @ruslankogan. Recent media reports about working conditions in Apple’s (Foxconn’s) Chinese factories are way off the mark. Through Kogan, I have been working with China for the past six years. Having most of...
Foxconn Bears The Brunt Of Ivory Tower Assault On Capitalism

Foxconn 'considers plan to open factories in US'

www.guardian.co.uk
Taiwan company's reportedly evaluating LA and Detroit as site for TV assembly plants owing to rising labour costs at homeFoxconn, the controversial Taiwanese manufacturer that has become one of the world's largest employers thanks to booming demand for the Apple products it assembles, is reportedly planning to open factories in...
Foxconn 'considers plan to open factories in US'
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